Stephen Capuzzi, Ph.D., of the UNC Catalyst for Rare Diseases, has been awarded a 2018 early career grant from the Chemical Structure Association (CSA) Trust. Capuzzi has used the award to present his research titled “Computer-Aided Discovery and Characterization of Novel Ebola Virus Inhibitors” at the 31st International Conference for Antiviral Research in Porto, Portugal.

The Chemical Structure Association (CSA) Trust is an internationally recognized organization established to promote the critical importance of chemical information to advances in chemical research. The CSA Grant Program was created to provide funding for the career development of young researchers who have demonstrated excellence in their education, research or development activities that are related to the systems and methods used to store, process and retrieve information about chemical structures, reactions and compounds.

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